I have noticed one identity in case of tensor product from this post. But I can't understand why it is true.
$\langle v_i| \otimes \langle w_j| \cdot |w_k\rangle \otimes |v_m\rangle = \langle v_i|v_m\rangle \cdot \langle w_j|w_k\rangle$
Now if I consider $\langle v_i|$ to be $[a,b]$ and $\langle w_j|$ to be $[c,d]$. (note these are $1 \times 2$) then
$\langle v_i| \otimes \langle w_j| = [a,b] \otimes [c,d] = [ac,ad,bc,bd]$
Similarly $|w_k\rangle \otimes |v_m\rangle = [e,f]^T \otimes [g,h]^T = [eg, eh, fg, fh]^T $
Scalar product between them = $[ac,ad,bc,bd] . [eg, eh, fg, fh]^T = aceg+ adeh+ bcfg+ bdfh$
Now as per the identity if we do
$\langle v_i|v_m\rangle = [a,b] . [g,h]^T = ag+bh$ and $\langle w_j|w_k\rangle = [c,d] . [e,f]^T = ce+df$
So $\langle v_i|v_m\rangle \cdot \langle w_j|w_k\rangle = (ag+bh).(ce+df)= aceg + adfg + bceh + bdfh$
Now they are not the same. What is the reason for this behavior?